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    Hello everyone Pls clarify my doubt which one is best for my future Engineering or
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    Too vague, without knowing you, your interests or your academic past no one here can answer your question. You need to be more specific.


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    Depends on what you mean by "best"?

    If you want to actually understand how the world really works--go science.
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    Quote Originally Posted by santhosh paul View Post
    Hello everyone Pls clarify my doubt which one is best for my future Engineering or
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    Engineering pays more; science can be more fulfilling.

    It all depends on what you want to do. Do you want to discover new properties of the natural world? Or invent and build things?
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    it is not really clear, objective achieved by the struggle of every person
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    it depends on your features. but according to my exeriences, engineering is better if you would be more relief about economic part of your life and you might find jobs more easily. however,I suggest you improve your languages as well as possible. (preferredly have more than 2 foreign languages and if your mother language is english,I suggest one of them chinese)
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    A lot of people from both camps have their own opinions about this. For example, engineering superstar Elon Musk doesn’t hesitate to pick engineering over science, despite his educational background in physics.

    So, if you’re a student choosing between a degree in engineering or a degree in science, don’t fret that you’ll lock yourself in one way or the other the skills that you’ll pick up in either case will serve you well, whether you want to solve real-world problems or answer deep questions about the universe or both.
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    Yes it all depends upon your interest and inclination, whatever you are interested and curious about the most is the best for you. Moreover engineering is applied science, so if you are interested in science, you can explore engineering also.
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